To the editor: My family has now been touched twice by mass shootings. (“The slaughter in Las Vegas is all too familiar, yet Americans refuse to stop it,” editorial, Oct. 2)
My daughter lived in a sorority house and was on the floor in the middle of the 2014 Isla Vista shooting, fortunately unhurt physically.
My niece was at the country concert in Las Vegas on Sunday night. A bullet grazed her leg, and her friend standing right next to her was shot in the back.
We are ordinary Americans who could have lost two of our loved ones from...